A unique observational documentary series that shines a light on Indian society as it is rarely seen. It illuminates the complexities and dilemmas of modern India through the extraordinarily varied lives of patients and medical staff working at the Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital Complex in Bangalore.
Doctors at Narayana Health try a new, faster way to train cardiac surgeons.
Born with a severe facial cleft that left a hole in his face, Dhayan is about to have an operation that could help.
We revisit the now 14-year-old who underwent corrective surgery for a congenital deformity that affected his spine.
The 18-month-old was born with a hole in his heart and is undergoing treatment at Narayana Health.
This promising student still battles with failing kidneys and has to undergo painful and costly dialysis treatments.
An untreated ear infection and a locked jaw had left its mark on a teenager, until doctors gave her a new lease on life.
We find a remarkable story of resilience when we revisit a man who was diagnosed with a motor neuron disease as a teen.
Deeply jaundiced and with his liver failing, in 2012 then-nine-month-old Hatesham needed a costly transplant.
The heart surgeon, and founder of Narayana Health, has made it his mission to provide affordable healthcare for all.
The 34-year-old doctor followed a childhood hero to become one of India’s top cranio-maxillo-facial surgeons.